Panic Button

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A silent remote alarm used to alert security personnel located at a distance of the need for help in managing a violent patient
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ROBERT THORNTON has refused to hit the panic button after his nightmare start to the Premier League.
The Blues are just four points outside the bottom three but Robles insists it is not the time to hit the panic button.
Spurs visit Villa today and Agbonlahor insisted: "It is not time to hit the panic button.
United, though, did not hit the panic button and fought back to level through Tony Rees and Martin Kelly in the second half.
The club know that it is going to take new boss Shaun Galbraith time to assemble his own side at Purvis Park - and they aren't going to hit the panic button after two defeats.
So the Hearts manager is refusing to hit the panic button after wage problems resurfaced at Tynecastle.
It will not take much for people to hit the panic button.
France, who are considered the most likely team to seize their crown, are next up and while Heaslip refuses to hit the panic button, he admits progress must be made.
Sadly, three average to very poor league displays later, and a mere one point, have seen some supporters looking to hit the panic button already.
Dave Jones has hit the panic button after losing 14-goal strike force Ross McCormack and Jay Bothroyd to hamstring injuries.
The nurse hit the panic button and, within seconds, 10 or more nurses and medics were in my side ward.
Giants coach Jon Sharp is refusing to hit the panic button after his side slumped to a fifth successive Super League XII defeat.